Australia, Derby, 24 – 26 July 2020

Cygnet Bay to Derby 417 km in 4:20 hrs, as you get closer to Derby you start noticing the appearance of many Termite mounds and Boab trees. This means you are now officially in the Kimberley region.

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Derby’s claim to fame is having the highest tides (11.8m) in Australia, population 3,500 with about half of Aboriginal descent. It’s also the Western end of the Gibb River Road.

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2 Responses to Australia, Derby, 24 – 26 July 2020

  1. Helen Jones says:

    This is so wrong, so sad. Must have been very miving to see and experience.
    Thank you for sharing Chris.

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